Artists

Adam Hennessey
UK
Resides in London

Hennessey is a very British painter, his small and joyful canvasses and works on paper examine and extend a certain kind of Britishness both in terms of how they are painted and in terms of the wry humor they display. Influenced by the colour palette of Prunella Clough, Ivon Hitchens and Paul Nash, these paintings … <
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Brian Paumier
USA
Resides in Oxnard California

Brian Paumier’s work is profoundly autobiographical. He maps his eclectic personal history through portraits and still life. He draws freely from his memories of influential family and friends, Mexican culture and traditions and his experiences as a soldier and life as an artist  growing up in Oxnard, California. Balancing extremes and exposing rituals he celebrates the essence of culture in … <
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Fergus Hare
UK
Resides in Brighton

Fergus Hare makes oil paintings of the Sussex landscape. However, rather than paint directly from the landscape, these works stem from the imagination. With a firm nod to the fantastical “valley of vision” of Samuel Palmer and the mysticism of William Blake, Hare re-imagines the landscape as a dream-scape, on the edge of twilight. Alongside … <
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James E Crowther
UK
Resides in Oxfordshire

James E Crowther has made a good reputation for portraits and in 2009 he was included in Discerning Eye, at Mall Galleries London. He was well represented at the National Portrait Gallery 150th anniversary in 2006, and again in The National Portrait Gallery BP Portrait Prize (catalogue cover) in 2004, His work is included in … <
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Joaquin Trujillo
USA

An artist, curator, editor and the youngest of eleven siblings, Joaquin Trujillo was raised in a small town on the outskirts of Zacatecas Mexico. His determination manifested itself at the early age of 12 when he left his home for Los Angeles. There he lived with his brothers in a one-bedroom apartment. He remembers his … <
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Kadie Salmon
Scotland
Resides in London

Kadie Salmon is a visual artist based in London, UK. She graduated with an MFA from Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. Her practice utilises a variety of media, but she often uses photography at some stage in the creation of her work. Frequently she draws on notions of romance and eroticism, both historical and … <
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Marcus Lyall
UK
Resides in London

og lengra, 2019, Single-screen video (16:9 Ultra-HD format) 3 mins 44 secs, Music by Olafur Arnalds In a Heartbeat, 2019, Installation for Uncommon Liverpool St Portrait of Jeremy Bentham, 2019, Installation for UCL Culture Public Arts Megastructure, 2018, Site-specific installation for Bluedot Festival 2018, Jodrell Bank Observatory Pulling out all the stops, 2018, Site-specific Installation at Leeds Town Hall (with music by … <
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Mat Humphrey
UK
Resides in London

Mat Humphrey describes his work as an attempt to bring together in harmony elements of naturally occurring patterns or structures, and man-made ones. Drawing from a diverse range influences, from urchin shells, whale skin, sand ripples, to galaxy formations, city lights and aboriginal paintings, he creates black and white paintings that he hopes capture something … <
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Matthew McCaslin
USA
Resides in Brooklyn

For more than thirty years, Mathew McCaslin has been travelling and creating site-specific art.  His work is exciting and often unsettling. Electricity is the central material, with which he paints landscapes, both physically and metaphorically. He uses electricity in its rawest form, as a source of light. His pure light digs deep into our emotions and creates endless environments. His calm, … <
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Robin Footitt
UK
Resides in UK

  Robin Footitt looks at the way we use our online presence, complete with its own language of emoticons, to punctuate our lives. His work alters distorts and reassembles the grammar of social media. Robin Footitt (b. 1982) studied at Central Saint Martins and Royal College of Art, London. Footitt lives and works in Bow, … <
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Sarah Sparkes
UK
Resides in London

Sarah Sparkes is an artist and curator. She holds an MA and BA from Chelsea College of Art and Design and Kingston University respectively. Between 2009 – 2013, she was a Research Fellow at the University of London. She runs the visual arts and research project GHost and has written and regularly lectures about this subject. She has … <
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Zachari Logan
Canada

Through drawing, and installation practices, Contemporary Canadian Artist Zachari Logan explores the intersections between masculinity, identity, memory and place. Previous work related to Logan’s current practice involved the investigation of his body as singular site of exploration. In recent work, his body remains a catalyst, but no longer the sole focus. Employing a strategy of … <
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